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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

«( . FAUE fOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAT 26, 1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER f A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publlaked Irliiay *1 Bat* Ww T THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ol fir* k.. Uomurrre St _ •bona Cathedral 17Jt-J\ ' . Bm 17* >u Antonio, Tim 4. 1MI. at Ika poet office *1 Han Antonio. kaured m Mcmtd-cliM matter Ma* I, IM1, •< tM poet Tex a t. under Aft of M rcb *, JJ1* cmn k SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 1 y«r, • inooths. IIJS; M'« Cap?, li National Ad«fr!Uin« H.preeetrtett.ea, jUfl <-«•. < I AM Angrlra. I\(x Eiftlfr latitat City and t.«*oa. tioM t.'ia«t, AITtfa. VALMO C. BELLINGER. Pr**id*nt-Tre *ur*r JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager > MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. Holland- W. L. Walker_ J. A. James P. £. Mclntyre— Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager .Circulation Manager All news matter ilmild ba In oat office hi Wadtwdaj MM .'*'"12?. j I currant taaue Newa malt" moil ba plainly "rlttrti ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

FRIDAY MAY 26. 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1680 K. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 Woman Slayer Is Denied Bond W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. ooett E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Aaawered Day or Night Rm. 1717 Han St. - Office 207 N. Centra St — San Antonio. Tax. Hti in. tiarf. MK -Of. n. ran. MSI Offlc. S1SUW. Cemmrrr. St. aw. 1101 W. Bouftoo ktraat DR. J. R. MOORE oasTrriiCAL bt*culi*t (Child Birth) Houm S-IJJO a.m., 3:39-7 pja. Sunday by appolatMDl (Malllnf addrtse) P. O. KolSU Service Day or Night BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS [?PANP f NGPAVING Co 0 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Keiwootf 6137 LMiiris ftiriNy 701 S. PINE STREET Jaekion, Mill.—(ANP) — Mrs. Lanrco Marshall was reminded to jail without bond when arraigned in police court Friday afternoon for the alleged murder of Jamee Harris. The killing occurred Wed- neaday night while Harrii wai teated in • porch awing with t«t> other women...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

•«- * >% ■'« _ PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 2t, 1333. Society X X Club s X Personals BUY ONE —GET TWO! 2 for I SALE FRIDAY—SATURDAY—MONDAY at all Sommers Drug Stores 2—ITEMS FOR THE PRICE OF—1 50c HAMILTON Gilt Edge Playing Cards, 2 for 75c POKER CHIPS, 2 for 10c ASPIRIN TABLETS. 12s, 2 for ............... 75c ASPIRIN TABLETS, 100s, 2 for 50c 75c 10c 75c \ 25c Castor Oil 2 for 25c Epsom Salts, 2 for 25c 25c 40c Lav. Shav. Cream q 26c Firstaid Napkin 2 for 35c 1x5 Adhesive, 2 for 65c Monogram Cotton CCa 2 for DOC 25c Peroxide, 2 for 25c 35c 25c 50c Bost Tooth Paste £Qq 75c Seedolax Psylla " Seed. 2 for 50c Pint Milk of Magnesia, 2 for 35c Cream Almonds, 2 for 10c Powder Puffs 2 for 50c Rubber Gloves, 2 for ■ 75c Roxbury Foun- tain syringe, 2 for__ 78c Roxbury Water Bottle. 2 for 45c Alcorex Rub. Alcohol, 2 for 75c MI Solution, 2 far 75c Pt. Triple Star Mineral Oil, 2 for 75c 50c 35c 10c 50c 75c 75c 45c 75c 75c 50c MI Shaving Cream, 2 for 25c Williams Lilac JCm Talc., ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1983. Douglass Seniors Hold Class Night The fraduatlnc claaa of the Doujlass high school held it* class day exercises on lait Wednesday night at the school auditorium. Several Interesting numbers were rendered. Bealdei the uiual class will, prophecy, etc., the unique demonstration of the varioui trades •nd subjects whieh member* ef the fraduatlnc class have learned While in school were demonstrat- ed. The 94 boy* and girl* who are to aoon go out into life were arranged on the stage and formed a very beautiful picture of young woman- hood and manhood while various member* of the class did their "last tjffl" within the halls of high school. The program was entirely In charge of the class committee with Luraaa Haywood as chairman and George Steward a* master of car- •monie*. Morena Belle Wilson, class pianist, wrote the word* to the claas song. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Victoria News Dear readers, here is another tip that I have arrived at through con- versing with *ome few ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 May 1933

s PAGE EIGHT dAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1933. leffers Laid to Rest With Fitting Tribute The funeral of F. F. Jeffers, who pasted away early Tuesday morn- ing, May 16, was held Sunday, May 21, at Holy Redeemer Church and was carried out in strict ac- cordance with the wishes of the de. ceased. Lone before the lengthy cortege reached the church, the aacred edifice was thronged with friends of the deceased. 6:3) with President E. Brown at his post. Group No. 3 rendered a vary nlcc program. The pastor brought a wonderful message in the night service. "The Greatest Possible Offer." Quite a crowd witnessed the beautiful play last week directed by Sister Effia Fields for the benefit of the Junior Mis- sion. T'.ie pastor will preach the baccalaureate sermon Sunday at 11 o'clock at Douglass Auditorium. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. S. Hackberry and Nebraska Rev. R. J. Jordan, paator. The teachers' training class was Would-be Wife Killer Slays Self Camden, Ark.—(ANP)— Ivey Keys, 48, in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

,t,T U>' Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajw awtojsrio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. Ill—No. 10. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1933 6c PER COPY CHICAGO BANKER GUILTY GETS DOCTORATE—Mrs. Inez Beverly Protser, local product who receives her Ph. D. degree this week from the University of Cincinnati, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Beverly of Dawson street. Shr taught at Tougaloo University in Mississippi the past season. Binga Faces Prison Term; Result Bank Manipulation In Deals Over Long Period Dramatic Scenes Enacted In Trial of Aged Man Who Rom from Obscurity to Financial Czardom on Chicago South Side. Into tc*ri. The spectators wire aghast. Jesae Binga vai crying, boo-hooing like a baby. Ht had reached the lawyer's table and waa pounding upon it, fighting the white man'i law with teari and anger. Judge Fardy ordered a recess of ten minutes. Binga came back to the stand more compoaed and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1!>38 Austin JVews Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Victoria News They Are Great Cacti Collectors • Anderson Hi observes 40th an- • Hiversary. • Varying from the usual routine • (if guest speakers for commence. i ment Monday night, Anderson Hi • observed its 40th graduation exer- • cises at Ebeneicr Baptist by re- • viewing the work of the school " tine* its establishment. Thirty ' youag men and women were pre- J aented their diplomas by the pros- • Ident of the school. A review of ' the activities of improvements • from 1889 to 1913 was given by ... .Miss Fannie Mae Murphy, while! two San Antoniana, namely, Char- " Ora Lee Wilon covered the work ley Lacy Warren and John Robin 4 from 1913 to '33. Panoramic slides were used to picture the changea from the first small frame itruc- „ turf to the present modern fire. 1 proof building. A very inteesting \ and appropriate program was en- joyed. of Bachelor of Arts this week. , Mrs. Smith i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER * PAGE THREE T Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World We at* lomewhat relieved (boat ' ur punching: Padree with the mc quisitlon of Hal Willtie, the wrong hander, who beat thoi* rampag ln( Houaton Buffi in hli flrit itart a* a Mission. Alto Whlte'i Reserve act fives u more confidence in oar pitching itaff. Watch Battancourt atart a hitting streak that won't don't in a few days. He ii due to be a .300 awatter along with Pur dy, Crossley, Hoffman and Com- pany. We an really winning bat we've got to win to «tay where we are for thoae Beaumont players are thumping all and Sunday much to ' your humble servant's dismay. Ask Wilbur Cruse what the Miieloni winning tsreak cost him and get bawled oat. I$* is asking edds •gainst San Antonio and (till get- ting washed away. Elton Walkup ia the find of the Teiaa League this season. We are giving odds ' that he won't get away from us •s did Carl Hubbel a few years ago, only to make good wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1933 EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progreu One of Those June Days Pui>lta**d t-rid ay of feacfe Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ulflet <WVfc k. Looimen# M Cathedral 1711-I', o. Ni n San Aatoat*, Tnaa aa Mca«4^taM matter Mat fc, 1W1. at tka peal afflaa at Kan An tonka, tBdtr Act of March 3. 117V A<lverti inj( rate* fu rait bed oo requeet. JPTION HATES: 1 rear. li.tW; • month*. •!. ; tingle Copy, fta National Adverttatag Mepreaeatattvea. W M. /iff Co, CJUrago, New lark. Im Angelea. Rorheeter kanaaa City and l^afoa. t*old Coaet, Airier VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYKL BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. W. Holland. L. Walker 1. A. James_ P. 2. Mclntyre. -Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor -Advertising Manager _Circulation Manager AU aewa matter should be la ou office by Wednesday bom current laaue. New* matter muat b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

. FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1933 i}AN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVH Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W.V.Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/i E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office houri: I a. >. to 2 p. m 1:0 Op. m. to 8:30 p. m. Phono Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1946 W. Poplar San Antonio Offica Phono Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Nljfht Km. 1787 Hay. St - Office 207 ■N. Centre St — San Antonio, Tex. Has. 111. Garf. IW Ul. m. ran. Mil llfflaa IIIU W. Crmnifrce IL Am. mi * DR. J. R. MOORE OESTETtlCAL SPECIALIST (Chilli Blrihl Rnni *-U:3* am, SiSa-l p.a. Sunday br appolDle «Bt dUllloa a«Mreee> t. O. Buill Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Bmnd [ngl'Avimg Co 0 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Bill Keawori 6137 Ltiiarit Pharnacy 701 S. PINE STREET ufl JQ INCENSE FREE IAMPI! Juit tend name ad- addreai and Se atarap to cover mailing coata tor Ft** Sample of Mo-Jo Incense, or tend 80c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

page six san ANTONIO ttegiste* friday, june 9, 1933 Society X X Club s « X Personals SOMMERS Saturday and Monday SPECIALS 25c ..Bayer's Aspirin 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 25c Black Draught $1.00 Squibb's Mineral Oil Ksnnard's Witch Haiel, 11.25, qt. site 86c Kruschen Salts 35c Wllliamt Shaving Cream 50c Java Rice Face Powder _ 50c Gillette Blue Blades $1.00 Segal Blades (five) Dryco $2.25 site 10c 31c 13c 49c 47c 55c 24c 39c __39c _„38c $1.89 35c lb. Ptylliuoi, QQ|t Triple cleaned, 2 lbs. WB $1.25 site SSS. for Blood $1.25 Puretest Milk Magnesia 60c Forban't Tooth Paste __ 98c 57c 36c 36c Ingram's 9At* Shaving Cream 40c Pluto Bottle 40c Vaseline Hair Tonic Micromatic Gem Blades (10s) 50c Hamilton Bridge Cards _ 10c Cake Lifebuoy, 2 cakes for >1 Q Home Institution 31c 33c 42c 33c 11c MSOMMERS M 43 <N^s> WAGNERS Young Men's Progressive Club Sunday was another Red Letter Day for the dob. When Roy Mos- Jey entertained to royally and ask- Jack Evans if Mr. Motley is a host. The club ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

friday, june 9, 1933 Eagle and the ; Hawk at Majestic On* of the moat thrilling of all pictures that hae been produced with the air service during the war at th* plot background ii "Eagle and the Hawk,' th* spectacular Paramount production which open* at the Majeitlc Theater Saturday for a on* weak engagement. In thii dramatic story of a war ace who won acclaim (very time he •hot down an enemy plan*, and who b«came nerve-racked at seeing «o many youthful pilot* dio on th* field of battle, Frederic March play* th* leading rol*, with Cary Grant aa hi* ob*«rver and machin* gunner, who'buddies with him in th* air, but who i* hi* fighting en •my on th* ground. Jack Oakie carries fI comedy rol* a* th* pilot with a ten** of humor, and Carole Lombard furnish** th* romantic clement In the picture; her appear ance I* short, but poignant, with th* blonde paiiion that she ef fines upon her admirers. "Eagle and the Hawk" ha* *ome of th* most exciting air *c*n*s pic. tur** have *ver accomplished....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 June 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1933 JONES CHAPEL M. E. CHl'RCH Rev. J. S. Jordan, Futor Sunday School opened on time With luperintendent and teacheri at their posts of duty. The paitor preached two wonderful sermons during the day. The Bible Daily vacation school will begin June 12 at the church and everybody if cordially invited to attend. One baby was christened Sunday mom- in*. Mrs. Myrtle Perkins sang a aolo. Visitors are welcome. NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. W. G. Merriwether, Pastor Sunday School opened at 10:00 •. m. with Supt. T. C. Dobbins in charge. At the 11:00 o'clock hour, pastor Meriwether brought to us a wonderful message, "Spir- itual Inheritance." B. Y. P. U. be- gan at 7:00 p. m. with President N. J. Purnell at his post of duty. A splendid program was enjoyed. At 8:00 p. m. a very warm prayer meeting was had with Rev. Brown leading. The pastor preached an- MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. J. N. Byrd. Pastor Sunday School was well attend- ed. Aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

■* . Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers VOL. III.—No. 11. Satst Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest lex as SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE lfi, 193.1. 6c PER COPY NEAR RIOT STAGED AT WILBERFORCE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION EX-BISHOP VERNON ASSAULTED BY RIVAL; WILL NOT PROSECUTE 1"ANSAS CITY, Kan.— (ANP)—Former Bishop Wm. Te- cumseh Vernon of the A. M. E. church, nationally known orator, registrar of the U. S. treasury during the Theodore Roosevelt administration, and who was recently elected su- perintendent of the industrial department of Western uni- versity here, was struck over the head with a chair Monday by Chester Gaskin, a disgruntled local politician. The blow made a two-inch cut in the bish-1 ——————————^ op'* head, necessitating his going administration should not be vio- to the hospital for treatment. Gaskin is said to have been dis- pleased at the policy of selecting the teaching staff at the univer- ity. The sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

to '-m* PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER f'KIDAY, JUNE IB, l'J33. Austin TSfews Section P.JE. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Mr. tiki Mr*. W. F. Fulchcr, Mrs. • Sadie Hancock, Mr. Robert Field* | •pent a very pleasant week end in ban Antonio viaiting Mr. and Mr*. Herman Howard. The party was also entertained by Mr. and Mr#. Juliua Price. Mr. W. D. Cain, Waco, *a in the city last week to attend the funeral of Prof. W. H. Pas- •en. Mr. Cain was formerly an Austinlie but ha* lived in Waco for several years where he ia a*- aistant secretary of the K. and A. Masons of Te*a«. While in ths eity he visited with Mr. and Mrs. D. Walker. June Bride Miss Opal McDonald, daughter of Mrs. A. M. R"eJ, became the bride if Prof. Jas. J. Scabrook Jr., last Thursday. The bride and trroom left for Waco. Personal Mention Msr. Leona Posey. 201fi Tillot- «on avenue. undo>-wen: an operation for appendicitli last week. Her con. i dition is reported very favorable. Victoria News rendered by the children of Web- Mrs. Cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

UNE 10, 1033. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World It took the lowly Oklahoma Cjfy Indians to beat us out of a scries. It seems that Roy Flashkamper took (Treat delight in dealing the local team misery. One of those misunderstandings arose over the last game of the Oklahoma series. One C1 i f f o rd Wood, o'fay, bat Allcnice, B i g S h or t y, and Wilbur Cruse on the outcome of the game and through gar- bled reports thought San Antonio had won. When the correct report cainc In and Pinky had to cough up, there was no getting along with him last Saturday night. From our obscrv- [ stand was filled to capacity. The ation Red Colan is a good pitcher,! keeper was preparing to erect tem- but the team plays too listlessly porary bleachers when rain halted behind him. We observed Beau- J proceedings. These same terms mont's slaughter of San Antonio j will cross bats in the near future. Monday and during Colan's tenure 1 Whatch for the date. o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

TAGE FOUR & AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1933. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Powwow on British Isle t'uMiilMd Friday ot barb \V«*k by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office flWV| h Comment St tone Cathedral 1711 -P. O. Dot 971 Sad \ntonio, Irtaa fcaterod aa aacond-class matter Ma* fc. 1991. at tlM poat ufltce at ftao Antonio, Teiaa, under \ct of Marci 1 1179 Advertising rates turolahed on request. SL'HSCIUPTION HATES: 1 fear. *t.Mt « months. 91.25; ktngl* Copy. Sc Wattonal Advertising Hepreaentatlvea, v\ h /Iff Co., t.htrafo. New >ork, Loa Angeles. Ro-baater Kansas City and i<ago*. tiold Coaat, AtrWa. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manner MRS MYRI. BELLINGER. Secretary J W. Holland. W L Walker J. A. Jamea P. £. Mclntyre.. -Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager -Circulatior Manager AU nr a matter should b« in our office by Wadneaday noon to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1933. a a N ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVF. Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 E. Houston St. Ption* Garfield 007« W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Of tic* hour*: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 3:0 Op. m. to 6:30 p. m. Phone P*r hintf 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER 8URGKON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1948 W. Poplar San Antonio Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Day or Nlfht Ka*. 1727 Hayi St — Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. In. Ph. tiarf. OSS#—Of. rn. rin 8S51 orrici I11U W. Cnmnn SL Rn. 2102 W. Houston SI reel DR. J. R. MOORE OMTBTKICA L SPECIALIST (Child Rlrthl ' Boor.: S-ll'JO a.m.. 2:JO-7 pm Sunday fcy appointment (Mailing addressl P. O. UoaSlf Service Diy or Nlfht BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 1&AND ENGCAVIMG CO 117 , W PIC AM A1TONIG.TIXAS OUR NEW TELEPHONE Mai Kenwood 6137 Leonards Phirmicy 701 S. PINE STREET MO JO INCENSE FREE SAMPLE Just tend name ad- address and 3c stamp to cover mailing c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

I 'tr- MPfM PACE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 1C. 19315. Society K Club s K K Personals SOMMERS Saturday 2nd Monday SPECIALS On the Boulevard Lifebuoy, 35c Shaving Cream Pfpnodent, $1.00 Antiseptic Barba« l t>5o Sii* Menncn's 25c Talc _ Ipana, 50c Tooth Parte Hobart Ajpirin, 10c ":ie Hobart Aspirin (1 ) Krostill*. Hind's H. & A. Cream. $1.00 size Peacock Golden Bleach, $1.00 nir Amolin 60c one sa it <*ttA 23c 64c 41c 17c 33c 6c 29c 33c 71c 43c 41c 33c QHome Institution Lux, 10c £oup, Jot _ Krufchra few Salts 0. J's Lft>>n 75c i ... Java Litt. 50c face j'owdcr Anfelut, s.' Pa te R it« Uvaltine $1.00 iiz* Endiri 35c Bladef Koti-x Speiial at Sommcr PheiK'lax J*c Wafers _ Pepsin Syrup $1.20 size Pane's Diapepsir, PitroUftft 11.50 iize Entertains Daughter Mrs. K. Anderson On Birthday Returns from Orange Mrs. M. C. Walker, 1818 W. Laii Mrs. Richard Anderson, 822 Vir- j rel, entertained with a birthday | Rinio Blvd., returned Friday from party in honor of her daugh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 June 1933

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1933. oAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN The Golden Peacock Social Club The home of Miss Jewell Clare Smith wet the meeting piece oI the (iolden Peecocke Sunday, June 11, with Mice Smith ei our hostess. A thirty-five minute buelneee evasion wea held, after which the members joined their guests for an evening of aocialitlng. Playing carde and dancing were the main featurea of the evening. Miea Smith served a delieioui sandwich course and iced drinks. Those sharing her hospitality were: Mr. A. James, Mr. Barksdale, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Blevins, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jake limpson. Next meeting will be held Sun day with Miss Mattle Mae Upton, S16 Labor street. The Phyllis Wheatley Charity Organization The organisation held Its regu lar business session at 1216 Dela ware street with Mrs. F. D. Moore >.« hostess. Meeting was opened with a fervent prayer by Mrs. L. A. Branch. After a lengthy and important business session plans were completed for the annual Mr- mon to be preached...

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